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  Partner: El Paso Public Library
 Collection: Rescuing Texas History, 2009
[Army Wagon Train]

[Army Wagon Train]

Date: 1916~
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy negative of a U.S. Army wagon train. The wagon train is shown crossing an unknown body of water. Their mission was to find the Mexican bandits that raided Glen Springs.
Contributing Partner: El Paso Public Library
[Army Wagon Train]

[Army Wagon Train]

Date: 1916~
Creator: Aultman, Otis A.
Description: Photograph of an army wagon train at a stop during the Punitive Expedition. U.S. soldiers appear to be unloading the wagons.
Contributing Partner: El Paso Public Library
[Avenida 16 de Septiembre, Ciudad Juarez]

[Avenida 16 de Septiembre, Ciudad Juarez]

Date: [1910..1920]
Creator: Aultman, Otis A.
Description: Photograph of downtown Ciudad Juarez. This is a view of the street Avenida 16 de Septiembre looking west. Immediately on the left hand side of the photograph is the Customs House. Mission Guadalupe is also visible on the left.
Contributing Partner: El Paso Public Library
[Battle of Juarez]

[Battle of Juarez]

Date: [1910..1920]
Creator: Aultman, Otis A.
Description: Photograph of a building in Ciudad Juarez. Bullet holes are visible on the face of the building.
Contributing Partner: El Paso Public Library
[Bodies In Gutter]

[Bodies In Gutter]

Date: 191u
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of ashes of human remains left in a street gutter in Juarez. The brick building behind the ashes is a jail.
Contributing Partner: El Paso Public Library
[Bodies on Battlefield]

[Bodies on Battlefield]

Date: 191u
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy negative of dead revolutionists about to be buried in a Juarez cemetery. There are many graves and crosses in the middle ground. The city behind the graves is EL Paso, Texas. The Franklin Mountains are in the background.
Contributing Partner: El Paso Public Library
[Bodies on Display]

[Bodies on Display]

Date: [1910..1920]
Creator: Aultman, Otis A.
Description: Photograph of two deceased men whose bodies are being held for display on stretchers. A large crowd is gathered behind the bodies. The body facing the camera has been covered by some kind of material and is tied to the stretcher. A man holds the stretcher up for display. The second body has not been tied down.
Contributing Partner: El Paso Public Library
[Body of Rodolfo Fierro]

[Body of Rodolfo Fierro]

Date: 1915~
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Rodolpho Fierro's body after he drowned near Chihuahua. He is covered in a white sheet and wearing a hat. A group of men are standing or kneeling around the body. Text on the back of the photograph reads: "Rodolfo Fierro, number one killer and body guard of Pancho Villa. Fierro was the 'real bad man' of the Revolution. He was known as El Carnicero or The Butcher. After being thrown off his horse, he [drowned in] quicksand near Casas Grandes, Chihuahua on 13 October 1915. At the time of his death, Fierro was marching towards Sonora."
Contributing Partner: El Paso Public Library
[Border Citizens on the Banks of the Rio Grande]

[Border Citizens on the Banks of the Rio Grande]

Date: [1910..1920]
Creator: Aultman, Otis A.
Description: Photograph of large crowds of American and Mexican citizens on the banks of the Rio Grande in El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Mexico during the Mexican Revolution. The people on the left bank of the Rio Grande are on the American (El Paso) side and the people on the right bank are on the Mexican (Juarez) side. A group of rebels can be seen sitting down on the bank of the river. Text on the back of the photograph reads: "Hanging bridge across from Smelter - nearly collapsed from rush of people escaping battle."
Contributing Partner: El Paso Public Library
[Border Mayors]

[Border Mayors]

Date: [1910..1915]
Creator: Aultman, Otis A.
Description: Photograph of the mayors of El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico with city officials outside of a building. Identified from left to right are unidentified, Park W. Pitman (El Paso County Clerk), C.E. Kelly (El Paso Mayor), Charles Mathews, Juan N. Medina, Peyton J. Edwards (Sheriff of El Paso), and E. Kelly.
Contributing Partner: El Paso Public Library